NYF Television & Film Awards announces finalists

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NYF Television & Film Awards

NYF Tele­vi­sion & Film Awards

Numer­ous ani­mated entries are among the final­ists for this year’s New York Fes­ti­vals Inter­na­tional Tele­vi­sion & Film Awards, now in its 55th year of hon­or­ing the world’s best TV pro­grams and films.

The grand jury, com­prised of award-winning TV and film indus­try experts, deter­mined the short­list from entries sub­mit­ted from 40 coun­tries world­wide. Tro­phies will be pre­sented April 17 at the 2012 Tele­vi­sion & Film Awards Cer­e­mony at the annual NAB Show in Las Vegas.

In the Ani­ma­tion cat­e­gory, the final­ists are:

Argentina
WWOD Block — DJR (The Walt Dis­ney Com­pany Latin America)

Brazil
Go To The Cin­ema (Telecine Pro­gra­mação de Filmes Ltda)

Eng­land
What is Empa­thy? (Zing Pro­duc­tions Ltd.)

Ger­many
Cur­ricu­lum Vitae (weare­flink GmbH)
TIA 2011 Show Opener (OPIUM EFFECT GMBH)

Italy
SPOT 2ND BDAY — Fox Retro (FOX INTERNATIONAL CHANNELS ITALY)

Malaysia
Eat Healthy PSA — Broc­coli (Astro Enter­tain­ment Sdn Bhd)
Eat Healthy PSA — Glad­i­a­tor (Astro Enter­tain­ment Sdn Bhd)
Asian Games (Astro MBNS)

Mex­ico
To imag­ine another cul­ture, to imag­ine Mex­ico

Spain
Tron: Legacy (CANAL PLUS)

U.S.A.
HBO Mul­her de Fases (HBO Latin Amer­ica Group)
Nurse Jackie “Bul­lets” (Show­time Net­works)
True Blood: Death Count Promo (HBO)
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 Ani­ma­tion Pack­age (ESPN)
Toonix Web — Cos­mos (Car­toon Net­work LA)

United King­dom
Osteoblasts and Osteo­clasts (Random42 Med­ical Ani­ma­tion)
Genius Sea­son (BBC World­wide, Global Chan­nels, Cre­ative Ser­vices)
Planet Dinosaur (Jel­ly­fish Pictures)

The wide vari­ety, depth, and scope of the pro­gram­ming cre­ated by this year’s final­ists are proof that excel­lence knows no bound­aries,” said Rose Ander­son, exec­u­tive direc­tor of the NYF Tele­vi­sion & Film Awards. “Increas­ingly, as our world becomes more con­nected, it is no sur­prise that imag­i­na­tive and inno­v­a­tive pro­gram­ming across all plat­forms engages a world­wide audience.”

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